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Launching of ASIA RETAIL COMMUNITY (ARC) during Indonesia Fest 2019 by @megaxpress Singapore

ARC is a collaboration NETASIA @netasia.biz with @retailcommunity Indonesia

Line up Sharing Session by The CEO
“Smart Farming 4.0”
Bapak Harry Kasuma Aliwarga (aka Bapak Kiwi Aliwarga),
CEO of UMG Myanmar, CEO of @pt_msmb @ritx_indonesia .

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    Companies focusing on plantation and financial sectors dominate the strata-title office spaces on the expansion of both sectors and better national economic growth

    The amount of credit funds committed but not allocated by Indonesian banks continues to rise in the first three months of 2011

    India’s Reliance ADA Group are looking to invest as much as $10 billion (Rp 85.5 trillion) in Indonesian projects through infrastructgure, transportation and mining sectors

    Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Negara (BTPN) is looking at possible acquisitions of micro-financing players to increase its lending and grow its credit

    Through its Member Countries Partnership Strategy Program, the IDB intends to inject USD 3.3 billion into Indonesia through 2014 to assist the country in reaching its economic target

    The capital requirement of national life insurance companies increases by 58.25%

    Indonesia expects the United States to more than double investment in Southeast Asia’s largest economy to capitalize on the stable political climate and growing economic clout

    Indonesia’s export is projected to rise this year as the growth may exceed 12%

    Southeast Asia's largest economy expanded 6.50 percent in the January--March period from a year earlier, and 1.50 percent from the previous quarter

    The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), sets a goal for doubling investment growth throughout the world from currently US$13 billion

    The MP3EI has been allocated budget from SOEs worth US$100 billion until 2014

    Government also expects the investment value in six economic corridors to reach IDR3.348 trillion where 44% will be derived from the private investment. Central government shall optimize the function of single investment licensing agency following its existing limited role

    Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co, Ltd. took over 50% of stake in PT Asuransi Jiwa Sinarmas

    Steady growth for the banking industry in Indonesia as profits climbs despite new accounting regulations are applied by the government.

    Indonesian employer’s pension funds to raise their equity stock investments in a bid to achieve higher returns in 2011.

    A growing middle class coupled with good economic growth contributes to Indonesian Life Insurance industry growth, expected to reach 30 percent in 2011.

    General insurance companies are taking advantage of the growing middle class in Indonesia.

    Stock trading activity through online trading goes more popular after 19 stock brokerages have proposed an application approval for the facility following 54 brokerages’ measure.

    Malaysia announced $3.7 billion in new investments, hoping for jump-start foreign interest in its economy.

    The total asset of Indonesia’s pension fund industry surged by 15.37% to IDR130.6 trillion last year compared to the previous year at  IDR113.2 trillion.

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